As I sat in front of the TV watching the horrific scenes of the marathon bombing unfold in front of me, I couldn’t evade...
Should we have kids programs at church? How about special programs for youth? In today's interview, Catherine Stonehouse discusses the possible negative side effects on the church's health and spirituality.
Here are some helpful tips for honoring copyright laws with your church's music ministry. These are sure to get you on the right track and included are links for further information.
What should we expect from our worship experiences when we first gather and begin to sing to God? In today's video interview, worship leader Andy Piercy shares why it's important to have realistic expectations about the stages of worship in an church program.
There are few worship songwriters that bring more artistry and creativity to their craft than the musical collective Gungor. Since their multiple Grammy-nominated album "Beautiful Things", I have been more and more taken aback by the complexity and nuance of Gungor's music, and their latest album, "Ghosts Upon the Earth," still knocks me back when I listen to it. I believe this album is a game-changer in the worship scene, and for the sake of brevity, I will only give you four reasons why: Your average worship team can't replicate it, though they will want to try. In my first listening to this album, I was first struck by how profoundly musical this album is, especially in comparison to many of the songs that the church sings today. The chordal structures are complex and colorful. The metric feels change, and have a lot of odd breaks, intersections, and juxtapositions. The musicians […]
Worship leader, Drew Causey, brings back some oldies. He suggests four songs that you should revive for your Lenten worship.
With Ash Wednesday marking the beginning of Lent, Worship Pastor Drew Causey shares 5 new songs for your congregation to consider using during this Season of Lent. Drew highlights songs by the Robbie Seay Band, Leigh Nash, and more.
Still pondering your fall sermon series or what to study in your small group or Sunday School Class? Seedbed has developed CREED, a seven to eight week resource you may want to check out. Fall is a great time to get back to the basics, to gather the church around the core of the Christian faith. Take a look at the Farm Team's latest offering.
The centurion hears about a disturbance in the temple and the chief priests come to investigate. For the first time the centurion hears the name of this man who seems to be making a very big impression. This is part of an ongoing historical fiction series leading up to Easter. It features the story of Jesus' path to the cross from the perspective of a Roman Centurion. It was written by Sean Gladding, the author of The Story of God, the Story of Us.
What is the resurrection and why does it matter for the Christian faith? Hear Dr. Ben Witherington share about its uniqueness and significance for every believer.